Team Kimberlin Post of the Day

I’ve not been able to tell you much for the last couple of weeks, Gentle Readers, because of my status as a potential witness and as a litigant. However, I can tell you this—the net is tightening drawing closed on several members of Team Kimberlin. Knowing what I know and seeing how they’re behaving, it looks as if more than one of them is beginning to realize how deep the hole they’re in might be.

It will be interesting to see which one (if any of them) is the first to try to cut a deal with a prosecutor.

Stay tuned.

UPDATE—Already, one member of Team Kimberlin has tweeted about the possibility of being arrested. Well, as King Solomon once wrote,

The wicked flee when no man pursueth:
but the righteous are bold as a lion.

Hmmmmm.

7 thoughts on “Team Kimberlin Post of the Day


  1. I had an interesting conversation today with a friend of mine from Texas who I will refer to as “Lubbuck Lou.” Seems “Lou” knows this fellow “Tim” who seems to be privy to the inner workings of Team Kimberlin. It’s a sordid tale he tells.

    Aaron Walker reported Brett Kimberlin as looking like a disheveled homeless man. That is about right. He has suffering from stress and is starting to break down. Kimberlin’s daughter is reaching the age of his most beloved when he first meet her. Kimberlin’s secret fear is that his daughter will read of his sordid past and think he is one of those creepy, yuckky men. He also fears the parents of her female aquaintances will read of his past and forbid any contact with her daughter. Kimberlins pretty much has his home in lockdown. He is carefully monitering his wife’s and children’s internet usage to prevent them from reading of his past. They are starting to sense that something isn’t right and small and large eruptions are occuring in the household with increasing frequency as a result. His motivation for his harassment of his numerous enemies is to lock down his neighbor’s internet. The harder he tries suppressing the information the more vigorously it is being spread. Therein lies the source of his increasing stress.

    Kimberlin’s main source of stress at the moment is Bill Schmalfeldt. Kimberlin thought he was a rough SOB whom he was bringing in to do a dirty job. At first Kimberlin laughed about how easily he swayed Schmalfedlt before he began realizing that Schmalfeldt is a genuine nutter. Kimberlin is realizing that he can’t control what Bill says because Bill can’t control what Bill says. He was suppose to menace and harass Kimberlin’s enemies while, arguably, remaining within the letter of the law. And, if he crossed the line a tad, Kimberlin calculated that that would push Aaron Walker’s buttons while the state would prioritize prosecuting murders, and rapists. Unfortunately for Kimberlin, Schmalfeldt is so delusional that he systematically crosses the line without an inkling of what he has done. Already, Kimberlin is asked him to keep his name out of it. Schmalfedlt dutifully thinks this is part of some brilliant strategic move he can’t fathom,
    but, Kimberlin doesn’t discount the possibility that Schmalfeldt realizes he is being tossed overboard. Kimberlin just about stroked out when he read that Schmalfeldt had tried to extort information from a mother of eight by threatening to report her to child protective services. Prosecuters who want to be reelected don’t overlook that. His secret wish is that Schmalfeldt is arrested in Wisconsin.

    His stories about Bill and Neal are equally fascinating. I can’t vouch for whether they are true or not. I don’t know either way, but, it is a good read.


  2. I’ve always wondered at the mentality of someone that develops tactics to harass people with little court experience then proceeds to try them on lawyers. I too would like to read more. But I’m not sure how much you can give without giving away sources.


  3. If Bob’s is correct and Kimberlin ultimately loses what he fears he will (wife, daughter), then watch out. Kimberlin has the criminal mindset and is not above hurting others that he perceives as his enemies. Just as Mr. Hoge quoted Solomon, boldness and courage are the words for today.

    Also

    Psalm 37
    1 Do not fret because of evildoers, Be not envious toward wrongdoers. 2 For they will wither quickly like the grass And fade like the green herb. 3 Trust in the LORD and do good ; Dwell in the land and cultivate faithfulness.
    ………………………………………………………………………………….
    12 The wicked plots against the righteous And gnashes at him with his teeth. 13 The Lord laughs at him, For He sees his day is coming.

    Hang Tough Mr. Hoge


    • The question isn’t whether, or not, his family is aware of his past. The real question is whether, or not, his family knows what really happened as opposed to Kimberlin’s self-serving and sanitized account. You might notice in the article you cited above that Mrs Kimberlin didn’t jump in to correct the record when her husband denied setting the speedway bombs. Nor, did his daughter. I don’t think it would take an inside source to realize that a heavily indebted, short, balding, aging man with a history of violent felonies and inappropriate actions towards ten year-old girls isn’t going to do as well in the singles market as man who convinces some women that he is an heroic figure that has overcome political persecution to make something of himself.

      The real moral of the story I suppose is not to trust people from Texas named “Tim” who claim to know inside information.


  4. Whatever became of Kimberlin’s old flame, Sandra Barton, and her little girl, to whom Kimberlin was so close to? Wasn’t it Barton’s own mother, Julia Scyphers, who was murdered? And, supposedly, or speculatively, weren’t the Speedway Bombings done to distract the Speedway PD from investigating the Scyphers murder? I’d imagine Barton and her daughter could be a fount of information about BK.

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